We are the Tech & Data team, consisting of 7 system operators and 25 software developers, working in an agile environment. We are supported by coaches and project managers.
Thomann.de, the world’s biggest retailer of musical instruments and equipment wants to reach for the sky, or at least for the clouds.
That’s why we are looking for your support to help us migrate to the cloud.☁️
If topics like Kubernetes, Terraform, and Google Cloud make you smile, you are the one we are looking for! Join our team as a (Senior) Cloud/DevOps Engineer (f/m/d).🤗
You can either join us remotely in one of the following countries (Germany, France, Denmark, Spain), or work from one of our offices in Treppendorf, Berlin, or Erlangen. If you want to learn more about us as a company, definitely check out thomann.io.
Our tech stack🍴
You can learn more about our techstack on StackShare.
The first interview with one of our recruiters helps both of us to see if our ideas and values match.
You'll get to know a part of our team and get a chance to score with technical knowledge. In addition, you can ask anything you want to know.
You'll receive a task that would fit your new role. You'll be asked to prepare the task either at home or live with some of our team members. Afterwards, there will be a debriefing with team members from your future department.
Last, you'll get to know some team members of our leadership community. If this is a fit, too, you'll receive an offer from us.
Work from home or any of our offices. Our team is 100% remote and will stay this way. You need a stable internet connection and your laptop. Currently our way of work supports the EU.
Our Thomann headquarters. Just a few minutes’ drive outside of Bamberg. Come by to visit our shop or meet with colleagues outside of tech & data.
Our thomann.io office in the heart of Berlin. Easily reachable at Rosenthaler Platz. Perfect for workshops and team building.
Our thomann.io office in Nuremberg's metropolitan area. Just a few minutes by foot from Erlangen station. Nice, quiet location to do some deep work.
Apr 25, 2023 - Sascha Steinbrink
We are the Swiss Army Knife of Thomann.io, but the fun version of it! #s.toolgang
Feb 1, 2023 - Jöran Eitel & Dominic Burucker
It’s hard to believe, but we are celebrating our tenth anniversary. How does that feel?
Dec 19, 2022 - Basal John
Transforming software development through innovative quality assurance techniques
Nov 10, 2022 - Markus Melber
The right amount of spice makes our solutions tasty
Sep 21, 2022 - Frederik Heins
Finding your next team member by mapping your team’s skills and visualizing what is currently lacking.
Jul 13, 2022 - Oliver Dolgener
Developing the most appic Thomann App while hunting for 5-star reviews and perfect burndown charts!
Jun 30, 2022 - Heiko Terfloth
Bad jokes, burgers, and developers... Did someone call us?
May 13, 2022 - Ralph Cibis
We went fully cyberpunk! Our branding community's last side and heart project.
Jan 3, 2022 - David Beuchert
My provoking approach wooing for more in-house development.
Dec 8, 2021 - Nadine
Why we redesigned our shop - and why purple's the new blue.
Oct 18, 2021 - Julia Manger
Summer 2021 - Home office, lockdown, a fourth wave and: huh?! An Open Space!
Aug 6, 2021 - Stefan Stammler
Someone needs to bring our shop online. This is our mission.
Jul 7, 2021 - Ralph Cibis
We are the Thomann Web Team. We create thomann.de and the Thomann App.
Jan 27, 2021 - Nadine
The idea behind moving cards - with a crispy epilogue.
Sep 7, 2020 - Francesco
Our developer Francesco provides you with behind the scenes insights
Jul 14, 2020 - Thomas Tischner
Our Sysadmin Thomas tells you from his day-to-day work
Nov 4, 2019 - Domi
This year under the Slogan "ready for our collective take-off".